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FM Skills

Peds Motor Control: FM Skills

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FM Development (def) ability to use eyes, hands and fingers together to complete fine, precise movements that are necessary for performing a variety of daily activities.
Elements that make up foundation of FM skill development: Bilateral Motor Control (large and small, proximal/distal, muscle control), Reaching/grasping (reaching is the building on proximal and distal control of and is the key component in grasping and object manipulation), Object manipulation, Implement usage
Refined object manipulation (def) follows after and is built on the foregoing elements and involves construction and in hand manipulation activities.
In-hand manipulation activities (def) moving objects within the hand and include adjusting a toy or object within the hand, rotating an object in the hand or picking up manipulating an object in the hand.
Construction activities (def) stacking blocks, putting simple puzzles together and putting pegs in a peg board.
What is critical for Refined object manipulation, In-hand manipulation activities, Construction activities? Precision grasping and releasing
Children w/poor FM skills may exhibit the following performance problems: Difficulty in cutting and pasting
Children w/poor FM skills may exhibit the following performance problems: Difficulty in manipulating objects
Children w/poor FM skills may exhibit the following performance problems: Lack of smoothness in clapping or tapping rhythmically
Children w/poor FM skills may exhibit the following performance problems: Tendency to hold a pencil awkwardly
Children w/poor FM skills may exhibit the following performance problems: Tenseness in writing and drawing
Children w/poor FM skills may exhibit the following performance problems: Produce strokes that are too heavy or too light
Bilateral Motor Control the use of two arms and hands working together in adaptive ways.
Initial step in gaining FM skills the development of proximal control of the muscles of the TRUNK, SHOULDERS and ARMS
Key phrase to remember for FM skills: PROXIMAL STABILITY FOR DISTAL MOBILITY
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